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WSU's Cultural Affairs season announced

A veteran actor exploring work of a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright. Three acts featuring two dancers and one radio show host. And music from around the world.


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Country music's 'guitar hero' comes to the Outlaw

Cruising the lower 48 on his motorcycle with his guitar in tow, Frankie Ballard, country music’s newest sensation, is making a stop in Ogden for the first


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Latin America visits nature center with samba flair

Instead of calling in from a sound check or a stage, Adrian Buono, lead singer and guitar player of Los Pinguos, conducted his interview from a grassy field in Los


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Indigo Girls fill up the amphitheater

Nearly every seat will filled at the Kenley Amphitheater in Layton on Friday, but hardly anyone was sitting down in them. The Indigo Girls, joined by their friend


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'Family man' Peter Noone returns to Layton

Self-described family man Peter Noone, of Herman’s Hermits, said he feels at home in Utah. The lead Hermit has been on a continuous tour since the early


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Reality show sensation booked for Layton

Now just 18 years old, Danielle Bradbery of NBC’s hit reality show “The Voice”, has embarked on tour and is making a stop in Utah on Thursday.


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Folk and classic soul on tap Sunday at Snowbasin

Neo-doo-wop-folk comes to Snowbasin Sunday HUNTSVILLE — The Snowbasin Resort’s Blues, Brews & BBQ free Sunday concert series continues this weekend


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Violinist and composer brings music to the mountains

Michelle Ross found love early in life. She recalls sitting in a kindergarten class at a public elementary school in Los Angeles when it happened. She picked


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Rockadelic band grooves into Brewskis

Together since before they even picked up instruments, the musicians making up one of Salt Lake City’s most vivacious rockadelic bands, Max Pain and the


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Indigo Girls hope for another 'profound experience' in Layton

Emily Saliers and the other half of the Indigo Girls duo, Amy Ray, are used to sharing the stage with friends, especially each other. The duo has been singing and


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